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Igbos 50 Years After Biafra – by Joe Igbokwe

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In a well-appointed sequel to his earlier book on the subject – Igbos: 25 years after Biafra, Joe Igbokwe reprises his role as a moral pathfinder in a strident, impassioned call to his people, the Igbo of south-eastern Nigeria who, fifty years after a costly three-year civil war of self-determination in 1966, seem to have all packed up with briefcases for trading and sundry business, leaving the agitation for political power to the other major legs of the ethnopolitical tripod in Nigeria, the Yoruba Hausa-Fulani.

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In a well-appointed sequel to his earlier book on the subject – Igbos: 25 years after Biafra, Joe Igbokwe reprises his role as a moral pathfinder in a strident, impassioned call to his people, the Igbo of south-eastern Nigeria who, fifty years after a costly three-year civil war of self-determination in 1966, seem to have all packed up with briefcases for trading and sundry business, leaving the agitation for political power to the other major legs of the ethnopolitical tripod in Nigeria, the Yoruba Hausa-Fulani.

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